These are the days when it’s great to wake up as a Manchester United fan. A tactical masterclass from Jose Mourinho meant that the Red Devils absolutely battered Chelsea in a 2-0 victory. The game as a whole was a thoroughly enjoyable one; perhaps our best win of the season.
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Manchester United’s top four hopes are still hanging on by the proverbial thread, with Mourinho desperate to secure Champions League football for next season. Our next game sees league leaders, and Jose’s former employers Chelsea visiting Old Trafford next.
Manchester United have been without club captain Wayne Rooney recently, despite the fact that he did actually come back from an injury just a couple of weeks ago. His absence from the Everton and West Brom games we’re unknown until Mourinho eventually shed some light on the situation.
Manchester United Football Club’s preparations for their Europa League tie against Anderlecht will be well underway. The Red Devils are now into the last eight, and they’ll be hoping to lift the trophy by the time the end of May comes around.
Manchester United’s attentions have turned back to the Europa League for this midweek, as the Red Devils are gearing up for a potentially tricky UEFA Europa League quarter-final. Anderlecht are the opponents, and they’ll be really looking to cause an upset.
Manchester United got back to winning ways on Sunday afternoon, thanks to a convincing 3-0 victory over David Moyes’ Sunderland. The Red Devils didn’t really have to get out of second gear to claim all three points, but it was a pleasing result nonetheless.
Manchester United moved up to fifth in the Premier League table once again, with Jose Mourinho’s men beating Sunderland 3-0 without really playing at their best. Before the game, Luke Shaw was named in the starting XI which was brilliant to see following some recent criticism.
Manchester United go into the weekend on the back of two consecutive home draws. Jose Mourinho’s side find themselves back in sixth position, and with games running out, our chances of finishing in the top four seem to be hanging on by a thread.
Manchester United Football Club have always been known for producing and developing homegrown talent, with Jose Mourinho intent on keeping up that tradition. One of our academy products in the current squad is Jesse Lingard, and today, he has put pen to paper on a new deal.
Manchester United Football Club dropped a couple of points at home to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, but there is no time to dwell on it as Everton visit Old Trafford on Tuesday. This match is another key fixture in our race to finish in the top four.